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    Locations in a postscarcity world

    Hi.

    So I watched many youtube videos on RBE. Maybe I am missing something but I still have some questions unanswered.
    In this thread I want to talk about locations.

    I think that most of us agree with what Peter Joseph put forward in his great work. And many others of course. I personally like and agree with 99.9% of what he, Jaque Fresco and other RBE advocates say.

    I am anti-war! I believe that there should be no war and it can be achieved if we really reach our goals of abundance and RBE. Moreover I believe if we agree that planets resources should be equally distributed among all Earth's inhabitants then there should be no borders, no countries, no currencies, the cultural differences must bridged etc etc etc.

    The point that I want to make an emphasis on right now is locations. Say people are free to choose where they want to live. Ok even within one country's borders. Everything is nicely distributed and there is no shortages of nothing. However despite the fact that arable land, nature and water are a common inheritance of all people, natural conditions and weather differs in different places on Earth. It is not equal. What if everyone wants to live on the shoreline and not in the desert. How can anyone stop everyone move/migrate (as animals migrate) to the places with soft climate? Who and how will regulate this? Or maybe there will be an incentive mechanism that will regulate that?

    Any opinions?

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2016 View Post
    Hi.

    So I watched many youtube videos on RBE. Maybe I am missing something but I still have some questions unanswered.
    In this thread I want to talk about locations.

    I think that most of us agree with what Peter Joseph put forward in his great work. And many others of course. I personally like and agree with 99.9% of what he, Jaque Fresco and other RBE advocates say.

    I am anti-war! I believe that there should be no war and it can be achieved if we really reach our goals of abundance and RBE. Moreover I believe if we agree that planets resources should be equally distributed among all Earth's inhabitants then there should be no borders, no countries, no currencies, the cultural differences must bridged etc etc etc.

    The point that I want to make an emphasis on right now is locations. Say people are free to choose where they want to live. Ok even within one country's borders. Everything is nicely distributed and there is no shortages of nothing. However despite the fact that arable land, nature and water are a common inheritance of all people, natural conditions and weather differs in different places on Earth. It is not equal. What if everyone wants to live on the shoreline and not in the desert. How can anyone stop everyone move/migrate (as animals migrate) to the places with soft climate? Who and how will regulate this? Or maybe there will be an incentive mechanism that will regulate that?

    Any opinions?

    Thanks.
    Great statements and good questions, I'll be happy to reply to your statements and answer your questions.

    Alright, when it comes to how the earth or any object will be inhabited by people, this is the system's approach.

    The object's inhabitable zones will be divided into sector spaces of equal parts, these sector spaces will be set together until a fully autonomous region is formed.

    The autonomous regions are regions capable of sustaining and developing life by taking the maximum potential of the habitable zones and dividing it into equal parts.

    The process will be to keep equilibrium and dynamic equilibrium

    It will have to be able to provide for the population's standards and needs, the set population will be divided equally into these autonomous regions, the set population's standards is determined by equilibrium and dynamic equilibrium based on the potential of how many people can inhabit the environment (habitable zones) to be able to do as much for as long as possible.

    I recommend you read my post about equilibrium and dynamic equilibrium as it is the standard set for the economy in an NLRBE.

    Equilibrium & Dynamic Equilibrium

    Okay, that takes care of spacing, now we need to work on placement.

    Who goes where?

    Regions that require a specific population or group of people to occupy them will have said population occupy them.

    Regions of free concern (meaning no requirements for the land's occupation) will follow a migrational pattern.

    People will form communities with their families (households specifically immediate family members) and neighborhoods of which will be randomly organized, will be randomly placed and processed through the regions so that everyone has a fair start and fair pass through the possibilities the world has for them, and so that community continuity and family coherence is maintained.

    I'll describe to you the layout of these regions, in the center there is the industrial and business (work) government (agencies) area's and surrounding the industrial center will be the residential area, this way we have an efficient divide between residential and industrial it will also be of great aid to resource management.

    People will travel to the industrial area to work etc or it will be the location of the machines and factories etc, and return to their residential area for their own personal behavior, it may be that the residential area will include the entertainment venues within the center of each residential district, instead of being purely residential.
    Last edited by Izon; 04-16-2016 at 09:24 AM.

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    Things would look very Different than today. Places that people might not want to live in Today can Change drastically with the implementation of new Structures & Technologies creating a more Livable, Thriving environment in these areas of the World like never before. An by using Science to test the limits of what we can achieve in these less 'desirable' areas of the World, I believe the population would be spread to all Climates & Terrains and live quite comfortably if they choose to live there.
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